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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In this paper, we look at initial results of data mining students' help-seeking behaviour in two ITSs: SQL-Tutor and EER-Tutor. We categorised help given by these tutors into high-level (HLH) and lowlevel help (LLH), depending on the amount of help given. Each student was grouped into one of ten groups based on the frequency with which they used HLH. Learning curves were then plotted for each group. We asked the question, "Does a student's help-seeking behaviour (especially the frequency withdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-70987-9_42 fatcat:3iy3dqekivfu3khl3wvwpa3yfy